For one, the 10-3 Patriots can claim the top spot in the AFC if they win out, but they still have the pesky 9-4 Bengals right on their tails, looking to claim one of those top two playoff spots, which comes with a first-round bye. The Patriots also know that with a win, they can clinch their division. While that is something that will happen eventually, the team never enjoys putting off those hat and T-shirt celebrations.
Here’s a look at what to watch for when the Pats and Dolphins square off on Sunday.
Life, Post-Gronk The Patriots once again find themselves without Rob Gronkowski. While that is no doubt a huge loss, it’s not as if the team hasn’t played without him before "
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